Category Archives: Terri Lynn Hart Studio

Terri’s photography, and art, both digital and organic.

A rose is a rose…


A rose is a rose… and I think it is a symbol of all the things we should stop and appreciate. You know…”Stop and smell the roses” and all that stuff. For me it’s “stop and photograph the roses”…I did this on the way out to hustling my daughter to karate class, after loading the Read More →

Metal Detecting, Manzanita and Moss


Bob and I took our little Rosebug out to the mountains just east of Cibbets Flats to do a little metal detecting. I was very impressed with how the ‘Bug has picked up Bob’s methods…she is like his little “mini-me” when it comes to metal detecting. She sweeps the metal detector until she hears a Read More →

Step-by-step Kari’s Christmas gift

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This is a step-by-step of how I created Kari’s Christmas gift. I have to say I am very pleased with how this one turned out. 🙂 (If you want to see a more detailed step-by-step of this process, I really explained it in depth in the blog about Ashleigh’s gift.) Like Ashleigh’s, this gift was inspired Read More →

Step-by-step Blythe’s Christmas gift

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This is the step-by-step of how I created Blythe’s Christmas present, although I didn’t take quite as many photos during the “process” as I did when I was creating Ashleigh’s present. If you want to see a more detailed step-by-step of the process, you can look at the blog about Ashleigh’s gift.  I will also post Read More →

Step-by-step, how I drew Ashleigh’s Christmas present

Framed and ready to gift! It was well received (or at least she faked it well!)

For those who are interested, this is a step-by-step on how I created this piece of art. I will also include links to the materials and supplies I used, at the bottom of the page, if you’re interested. I hope you enjoy! I use an Ottlite task light for lighting up the specific area I am drawing. Read More →

Patterns, math before it starts…


    Patterns are a precursor to all early math. Some of us may think this is obvious, but some of us might not realize that most math is all about recognizing patterns, solving patterns that aren’t quite complete or that are missing a part. We create patterns for memorization of all basic math facts. While Read More →

Sailboat Spectrum


BEFORE! I took this shot down at Mission Bay, California, one foggy morning while Bob was metal detecting. At first I didn’t like it, because, obviously, it was very grainy. But I saved it until I could get home, and I opened it up in Photo shop and started playing around with color/hue/saturation and layers. I Read More →